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Originally Posted by HAL900 View Post

Your knowledge of the subject is dim
Card such as GM200 is to have 1000 rpm and at 1 fan cooler is impossible. For cards with less TPD did not really want to take the water because they are sufficient air systems

lol its the other way around wink.gif

lol do you even know what evga hybrid kit is ? They are deigned for reference blower cards
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Edited by PasK1234Xw - 6/5/16 at 1:17pm
post #5432 of 6454
LOL
Twice more is this twice more . How You can not understand this is your problem
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you're clueless im done
post #5434 of 6454
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you're clueless im done

Im afraid you have that backwards. you clearly do not understand the mod.

The only thing you got right is that the EVGA hybrid kit does look nicer.
   
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so... how large radiator do you actually need? I'm thinking of getting one of these, and i'm torn between getting a 140mm and a 280mm radiator.

The plan is to go maximum silence, likely push+pull. Will the 140mm be enough?

Going to use a beefy GPU btw. 980ti pushed to its limits.

Any input on it would be appreiated immensely
post #5436 of 6454
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Originally Posted by xator View Post

I'm officially a new member of this club :-)

Here's my ASUS ROG 980Ti Matrix Platinum with the Kraken G10 and Corsair H75



I've added a "ghetto" 120mm fan bracket adapter to cool down vram. I'm waiting for Amazon to send me proper vram heatsinks.



Here's a close up of the NZXT's backplate. It fits wonderfully. I had to use no washers, as my backplate is not hollowed. Just removed the NZXT's foam pad.



Hope this helps to anyone that has this graphics card.

I'm still testing and benchmarking, but, i can confirm right now this is working fine. With 1520Mhz of core, i'm getting around 55-60º on high load, and memories and vrm have dropped down from 86º C on Furmark on both of them, to 70ºC and 66ºC for each one. And memory will improve whenever the heatsinks arrive.

All that, with a room temperature of 28-30ºC (yes, Spanish summer is here... ) and with complete silence, as Dual fans on the radiator are about 1400rpms. Noiseless.thumb.gif

(sorry for my english :-) )

60c on load seems a bit high
post #5437 of 6454
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Originally Posted by dartmaul15 View Post

so... how large radiator do you actually need? I'm thinking of getting one of these, and i'm torn between getting a 140mm and a 280mm radiator.

The plan is to go maximum silence, likely push+pull. Will the 140mm be enough?

Going to use a beefy GPU btw. 980ti pushed to its limits.

Any input on it would be appreiated immensely

I've a h105 on each of mine and top cards max temp is 42c after being maxed for 2 hours. And that's with the ambient temp going us as it's getting hot now.

240mm definitely seems worth it
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I've a h105 on each of mine and top cards max temp is 42c after being maxed for 2 hours. And that's with the ambient temp going us as it's getting hot now.

240mm definitely seems worth it

But how is the noise/fan-speed on them? that's kinda what I want, not as much the thermals. If i can keep it at 50-60c during load (high for being water, i know) and perfectly silent on an 140 then that's okay. But if i need a 280mm then i'll do that
Edited by dartmaul15 - 6/5/16 at 6:10pm
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Originally Posted by partypoison25 View Post

60c on load seems a bit high

much depends on what temps he was getting before the mod.

for my Powercolor R9 280, I was getting 79 deg on stock. After the mod, it was about 65 deg, which is good enough for me.

I think the biggest draw about an AIO mod, besides the lower temps, is also the near silence.
post #5440 of 6454
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Originally Posted by dartmaul15 View Post

so... how large radiator do you actually need? I'm thinking of getting one of these, and i'm torn between getting a 140mm and a 280mm radiator.

The plan is to go maximum silence, likely push+pull. Will the 140mm be enough?

Going to use a beefy GPU btw. 980ti pushed to its limits.

Any input on it would be appreiated immensely

if temps are the priority, then go with the biggest rad.

I don't cos I want some flexibility in changing cases. To me, the slight temperature improvement isn't enough of a move to bigger rads.
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